British Gore-Tex gaiter, Berghaus Yeti, green, surplus

39.95 EUR
British Gore-Tex gaiter, Berghaus Yeti, green, surplus

Product is out of stock and is unlikely restocked in the near future :-(

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These are almost knee-length, rubber soled and Gore-Tex lined gaiters made to be worn over boots. Their purpose is to make your feet pretty much waterproof in damp environments, but for wading there's no better thing than proper wellies. In everyhing else these are superb.

Putting these on is an art form in itself. First you must push the nose of your boot through the front hole of the rubber sole. Then pull the rear part of the rubber over the heel. Now you can pull the front end over the boot's nose. It takes some force but once in place, it's rock solid.

Please note that these might not work with every shoe. A very "traditional" pronounced heel is required for a good fit. By the way, the thin rubber strip is made to be cut off if it hinders the fit. That's why our boot in the picture doesn't have a perfect fit - we won't pre-mutilate stuff we sell!

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Might be used, but each and every pair is in good serviceable shape. There's some small model differences, but we won't differentiate, they're all good.

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